Storm off Canadian coast prevents efforts to board fire-hit ZIM Kingston

Adverse weather off Vancouver Island on the Canadian coast has been hampering efforts to board container ship ZIM Kingston (IMO 9389693), which over the weekend suffered a loss of 40 containers overboard and a fire in some containers remaining onboard. By October 25th the fire was reported as...

https://insurancemarinenews.com/insurance-marine-news/storm-off-canadian-coast-prevents-efforts-to-board-fire-hit-zim-kingston/

Trawler brought safely back to Shetland after total power loss at sea

The Aalskere-K 375 towed whitefish trawler Enterprise II (IMO 9198795), which had lost power during the evening of October 22nd and had been drifting overnight as other vessels nearby attempted to restore power or take her under tow in worsening weather conditions off the Shetlands in the far north...

https://insurancemarinenews.com/insurance-marine-news/trawler-brought-safely-back-to-shetland-after-total-power-loss-at-sea/

Two bulkers collide in dense fog near entrance to Cannakale Strait

Capesize bulk carrier Benitamou (IMO 9439046) and general cargo ship BC Vanessa (IMO 9426855) were reported to have collided in Marmara sea halfway between Sarkoy, Tekirdag, and Gelibolu, Cannakale, early on October 24th. Both ships were proceeding to Dardanelles in full load and in dense fog. BC...

https://insurancemarinenews.com/insurance-marine-news/two-bulkers-collide-in-dense-fog-near-entrance-to-cannakale-strait/

Zim Kingston lost 40 containers, others impacted by fire in containers on board

Container ship Zim Kingston (IMO 9389693), capacity 4,253 teu, lost 40 containers overboard on Friday October 22nd in rough seas when it was some 40 miles west of the Juan de Fuca Strait, which runs between Canada and the US south of Vancouver Island. The USCG and Canadian Coast Guard issued...

https://insurancemarinenews.com/insurance-marine-news/zim-kingston-lost-40-containers-others-impacted-by-fire-in-containers-on-board/

No counter-obligation to accept “reasonably satisfactory” security under ASG 2 collision jurisdiction agreement

In a complex case involving a three-way collision in the Suez Canal and three P&I Clubs, former Admiralty Judge Sir Nigel Teare, sitting as a judge of the High Court, dismissed a claim, brought by the Owners of bulk carrier Panamax Alexander (IMO 9233492) against the Owners of bulk carrier Osios...

https://insurancemarinenews.com/insurance-marine-news/no-counter-obligation-to-accept-reasonably-satisfactory-security-under-asg-2-collision-jurisdiction-agreement/

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